Salomon Men's XA Pro 3D Ultra Mid 2 GTX

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Salomon XA Pro 3D Ultra Mid 2 GTX
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The Salomon Men’s XA Pro 3D Mid GTX Ultra Trail Running Shoe makes light work of puddles, snow patches, stream overflow, wet leaves, and loose rock. These insanely grippy, super waterproof trail shoes provide the protection, comfort, and support you need to cover long distances at high speeds.

Midsole:

  • EVA molded foam midsole cushions foot and absorbs impact

Fit:

  • Sensifit upper connects to the lace-points for a secure, wrapped fit

Fabric:

  • 3D Advanced Chassis uses Energy Cell material to promote forefoot propulsion

Ventilation:

  • Anti-debris mesh increases ventilation without letting in trail chunks

Weather and Wind:

  • Gore-Tex Extended Comfort membrane guarantees waterproof breathable protection

Features:

  • Quicklace system tightens with a single pull
  • Gusseted tongue won’t pinch or bunch
  • Molded rubber toe cap protects your toes from rocks and roots
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Mid-height, multi-function trail shoe for fast hiking or trail running on rugged terrain.
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Also available for: Women

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Salomon XA Pro 3D Ultra Mid 2 GTX Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

I fell in love with Salomon after I took a recommendation to try the Quest 4Ds for work use. Those are the most comfortable things hat have ever wrapped my feet. I decided to get the XA Pros for more of an every day walking around shoe. When I got these I was initially disappointed because there was a noticeable lump in the middle that pushed on the bottom of my foot. I gave them the benefit of the doubt and hoped the bump would even out. After about two weeks of no luck I tried taking out the Ortholite foot bed. It looked ok so I tried positioning it I little forward of where it was before. Its an improvement, but its still not perfect. Other than this minor issue, these shoes are awesome, I would definitely get them again...I just might have to replace the Ortholites.
01-07-2014 Added a $2 foam insole from wal-mart a few weeks after my initial review and this got rid of my issue. I've since bought the all black version for work and did not have the same problem.

ellp311366 at Backcountry.com on 01/26/2013

I've recently moved my running from the streets to the mountains and needed something a little more sturdy. These Salomons are unbelievable. I've only run in them one time, but my initial reaction is that these are my new favorite running shoe.
Right out of the box, I was amazed how light they are. My wife and I took a short walk around the neighborhood and they felt good enough to put through a serious test. This morning I ran a 10-mile run up and down a rocky, dirt road and I don't have a single negative thing to say about them. They protected my feet from the rocks (even running downhill at a quick pace). More importantly, and surprisingly, I didn't have a single blister. That's saying something from a brand new shoe.
I was worried about the higher cut on the shoe inhibiting my running, but it was never an issue, but I still felt that it gave that little bit of added support that I need for my ankle.
I would recommend these shoes to everyone and have been.

David Adams at Backcountry.com on 07/12/2013

I've been rolling my XA Pro mid-tops for over a year now. Here in snowy NE Cali, they've become my everyday footwear. I love how the lacing system can be locked as loose fitting slippers, and this mode basically makes for a comfortable and convenient everyday shoe. I have done probably 200 miles of actual hiking with the shoes, including a bit of winter snow travel and most notably on the 60-mile Bailey Traverse in Olympic National Park. The shoes worked great on this hike, which involved travel on established trails, cross-country bushwhacking, glacier travel, steep snow travel with crampons, and rock scrambling. It is quite difficult to select a shoe for that adventure, and I was pleased with the performance. The shoes do get a little warm in summer, but they are quick drying and easy on-off. I am impressed how the tread still is kicking, though definitely going to wear out later this year. At this point I fully intend to buy another pair when these wear out. Great shoes for a variety of adventures!

cdog at Backcountry.com on 01/26/2013

I go on 3-4.5 hour long hikes and try to find difficult trails, and finish them as fast as I possibly can. This was tough on my ankles and feet in regular sneakers, especially running downhill. I decided to et the Salomon XA Pro 3D Mid GTX Ultra, and I have been extremely pleased with them. They are light and just sturdy enough to protect and allow for fast movement. They also grip all kinds of terrain very well, and allow me to feel confident that I won't slip during open rock scrambles. Overall the performance of this product and the great deal have left me pleased to say the least.

shahar.azoulay2382048 at Backcountry.com on 06/06/2012

I recv'd. my Pro 3D Mid GTX Utras just a few weeks ago and have just returned from 5 days at deer camp during which I wore them every day -- without any break-in time. Hiked back & forth to my deer hunting stand approx. 2 miles each day with all of my gear and
must say that they are the most comfortable shoes/boots that I have ever worn. I am sold on Salomons and can
finally discontinue my quest for the most comfortable outdoors footwear.

joh100547654 at Backcountry.com on 11/23/2011

These shoes fit true. I bought them to replace my existing work boot. They are light, and comfortable. I was not sure about what size to order, but I ordered my normal size. I have not been let down with the quality, so far. I work in conditions exposed to all elements. I did not think I would like the speed lacig system, but after putting them on and taking them off, I appreciate it. I would recommend this shoe for all conditions.

Shawn Collins at Backcountry.com on 10/24/2012

Got these for hiking and getting around in the mountains. The main reason was the mid height, have had the shoes in the past but found lots of debris gets in and the mid helps keep more debris out. Better ankle support than the regular shoe and nicer tread than previous seasons models. Quick lace is great! This is a beefier running shoe, not a hiking boot. You stay dry and they are light and comfortable.

Seth Morrison at Backcountry.com on 07/05/2012

I work as a park ranger and needed a niche lightweight shoe for multi-mile mountain trips. Out of the box, these shoes performed exceptionally well in mountain terrain. I have no complaints. I love the lace system as it gets tucked away and it's tough and strong. These shoes are built for speed. Love 'em.

kur2505508 at Backcountry.com on 06/23/2013

I haven't taken this particular pair out in the woods yet but I have used Salomon's shoes for years now & it kept me comfortable at all times & dry when it gets wet outside. I still has to see one fail me.

AlexA at Backcountry.com on 05/04/2013

Excellent for hiking shoe Use mine for archery hunting on my feet all day backcountry wouldn't wear anything else

yedyman at Backcountry.com on 06/09/2012

Negative Reviews:

I've worn them for less than a month and lace system is total crap. They slide very easy and won't hold. It's best to tie them, but then why do they even put that lace system?
Shoes/ boots are awesome, fit is great and function great. However, for trail run purpose I don't get why they won't offer Non-Gore version. Gore takes forever to dry up and in recent run they got wet immediately after I step on semi-deep paddle (not deeper than top line of the shoes, but wish splashing unavoidable to get wet). Rest of run my feet was sliding inside a little, and of course some blisters and hotspots afterwards. Overall this isn't bad, but I'd recommend non-gore.

wasabi at Backcountry.com on 06/13/2013

I walk 5-14 miles for my job so I put shoes thru their paces.
Pros - Lightweight. Decent waterproofing. Good traction. Toe cap. Decent cushion. Good grip.
Cons - HATE the lacing system, garbage. Stitching is coming loose in some areas. Tearing of fabric past the toe box. Sole wears quickly.
I wouldn't buy these again. Not completely dissatisfied but I'll look for something different. I have only had these shoes for about a month.

Kevo at Backcountry.com on 09/15/2013

Neutral Reviews:

Well, this shoe is wonderfully comfortable, has Gore-Tex, and is VERY lightweight. However, I ripped through the sole gripping twice and the top fabric once. I got new ones each time for free since they were manufacturer faults, but these fellas aren't very sturdy. I hate to write a review like this because the shoe fits so stinkin well and does work on the everyday. I recommend going up to the backpacking boot or checking out some leather products. Hope I helped.

Soops at Backcountry.com on 11/14/2013